If you hadn't found a reason yet to throw the present incumbents out of Government then here's one reported in the papers today.
"Inspectors collecting information for a Government database will be required to count how many long-life light bulbs there are in every house or flat put up for sale.
Up to 4,500 assessors, earning up to £80,000 a year, will take part in a huge shake-up of the housing market when it comes into effect in just over three months.
And documents seen by The Mail on Sunday show that the compulsory £200 survey will cover virtually every aspect of the history, construction and current condition of the property."
I don't know about you but I feel very strongly about the idea of welcoming tax inspectors into my house to count my light-bulbs and checking to see whether the dog has an ensuite basket. How do you feel about the plan?